, attached to 1994-04-08

Review by FoxmansBrother

FoxmansBrother Great run of songs to start the show from Maze to PYITE. Extremely high energy and gets the crowd raging. That ends however, with The Horse, Silent in the Morning, If I Could, and Lawn Boy putting me to sleep. I think the band even realizes that they did this and plays an "ok... WAKE THE F**K UP" song with llama.

Second set is solid, with good SOAM, extended Page solo in McGrupp. Then there's It's Ice. MAN this was cool. Digital Delay to start the jam, and then Page starts a little groove that the band picks up on and eventually explodes out of. Then a solid Hood with some great Trey guitar work at the climax, followed later by an also solid David Bowie.

Final thoughts: First set builds good momentum at the start, then loses all of that steam. Second set was great, AWESOME It's Ice and great song selections built around it.

Bonus Points: Mimi Fishman in I Didn't Know and BBFCFM


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